News articles

  • 04.03.2019 /
    Crossing the Atlantic for the first time, the 11th edition of the Play the Game conference sets the athletes center stage. Join them and other leading stakeholders in debates on sports governance, corruption and crime, safeguarding of athletes, the future of anti-doping and other vital issues in sport. Bring your ideas, solutions and expertise to Play the Game 2019 in Colorado Springs (CO), USA, from 13-16 October.
  • Photo: Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game
    01.03.2019 /
    In a new report, ASOIF lines out recommendations for sports bodies on how to answer to the radical changes that they face today and in the future.
  • 21.02.2019 /
    The world of sport is better off with WADA in it than without it, says former WADA president Dick Pound in an interview with Danish newspaper, looking back at achievements and disappointments from the first 20 years of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
  • Christiansborg. Foto: Colourbox
    01.02.2019 /
    The Danish Parliament reinforces Play the Game’s international efforts to fight corruption and promote democracy and good governance in sports organisations through a special grant of 100,000 euro.
  • Photo: Richard Masoner/Flickr
    23.01.2019 /
    WADA has decided to maintain RUSADA compliance in spite of the Russian anti-doping agency failing to meet the deadline for providing access to the Moscow lab data. Observers urge that focus be kept on Russian compliance.
  • Photo: Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game
    18.01.2019 /
    WADA has announced that the data, that its expert group went to Russia to obtain, has been retrieved. The data from the Moscow lab will now be brought to WADA’s HQ in Montreal, Canada, for authentication.
  • Photo: Lenbj/Wikimedia
    16.01.2019 /
    The Hakeem Al-Araibi case puts FIFA and the AFC in a bad light, say human rights organisations, players’ unions and observers questioning their efforts in advocating the release of the detained footballer.
  • Photo: kris krüg/Flickr
    11.01.2019 /
    Tsunekazu Takeda, president of the Japan Olympic Committee and chair of the IOC marketing commission is being investigated for ‘active corruption’, media reports.

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